DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Instruct UAV student pilots as well as instructor pilots-in-training in all aspects of UAV ground and flight operations including academic (platform instruction) and in-flight instruction.
Acts as subject matter expert in UAV operational tactics, techniques, and procedures. Develops and executes instructor mission planning, briefing, mission execution and debriefing for ground and flight instruction.
Supports the development of training syllabus courseware to include research, word processing and presentation development.
Ensures compliance with all governing regulations including service guidance, company procedures and Federal Aviation Administration Regulations.
Responsible for observing all laws, regulations and other applicable obligations and company policies wherever and whenever business is conducted on behalf of the Company.
Expected to maintain a productive and safe working environment in accordance with established operating procedures and practices.
Other duties as assigned or required ... Continue Reading
Typically requires education or formal training equivalent to a four-year technical degree and six or more years progressively complex aviation experience.Progressively complex aviation experience must include work done as an instructor pilot in a formal training program.
For Launch and Recovery instruction: 500 hours as Pilot-in-Command (PIC) with UAV instructor or multiple UAV aircraft qualification; one thousand five hundred (1500) UAV hours, Multiple aircraft UAV Pilot Evaluator qualification.
Equivalent professional aviation experience may be substituted in lieu of education.
Must have a strong aviation background and demonstrate a complete understanding of technical principles, theories, and concepts.
Must have excellent organization skills including planning and coordinating work assignments.
Able to complete the ACC Classroom Instructor Course, MAJCOM or other DoD Component equivalent, as determined by the TQPC within six months of training as an instructor.
Completion of the Air Combat Command Classroom Instructor Course or MAJCOM equivalent satisfies the CRI requirement.
Ability to meet AFI 11-2 MQ-1/9, Volume 1, Chapter 2 Instructor Pilot Prerequisites prior to certification as an MQ-1/9 IP.
Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Security Clearance.Must possess:
FAA Commercial Certificate with a current instrument rating;Former or current MQ-9 instructor pilot qualification;
Strong interpersonal skills with emphasis on teamwork and verbal and written communication;
Ability to effectively interface with all levels of employees, as well as military and civilian customers;
Strong knowledge of computer applications and operations pertinent to the position;
Ability to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information.Preferred:
Current and qualified MQ-1/9 experience is highly desired.
MQ-9 Launch and Recovery Instructor Pilot experience.
Previous qualifications as an instructor in an aircraft in the air-to-ground role.FAA Certified Flight Instructor ... Continue Reading
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